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List of North American events, tradeshows, and conferences.

Researchers are trying to understand how the increasingly common megafires, some of which span thousands of hectares, are impacting the surrounding ecosystem. Read more

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There are currently about 32,000 sq. km of old growth in province — about 5% of total forested area Read more

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The Trump administration is trying to remove public input from Forest Service decision-making Read more

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Advances in planning, technology, along with frequent communication, key to protecting values in far north Read more

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The smoke from over 400 forest fires in Siberia reached Alaska and portions of the west coast of Canada by July 31, according to NASA. Read more

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The heat of a warming planet, like an artist’s palette knife on a canvas, etches its way across Western forests, slowly altering ecosystems that have flourished for centuries. Read more

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According to experts, previously too-wet-to-burn parts of the Pacific Northwest face an increasing risk of significant wildfires due to changes in its climate driven by the same phenomenon: Global warming is bringing higher temperatures..... Read more

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The fire hazard remains high to moderate throughout much of the region Read more

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Legal victories and legislation strengthen case for more control of the woods Read more

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West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. says all mill activities will be curtailed temporarily for a week in June at five British Columbia sawmills due to weakening lumber prices and high log costs. Read more

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If plans are hammered into reality, Vancouver’s Broadway corridor will see the world’s tallest wood residential tower and the largest Passive House project in the world ascend on West 8th Avenue over the next two to three years. Read more

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Just over a month after the British Columbia government announced it would push an initiative to renew the Interior forestry industry, some say the province is a bit late to the game. Read more

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Look at any stock chart of any publicly traded forest company in B.C. over a three-year period, and you may be struck by what you see: mountains. Read more

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Despite calls to diversify, industry bets on Asia Read more

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About 818,000ha of private land in B.C. falls under the Private Managed Forest Land Program Read more

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United Steelworkers locals for Kamloops, Kelowna and Cranbrook met with the IFLRA last week to discuss a new contract for workers who have been without one for nearly a year Read more

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This is not the kind of cutting Canada’s forestry companies wanted to be doing. Read more

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New deadline is May 10 after environmental groups’ concerns prompt reassessment Read more

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A Scandinavian model of forestry being used on Vancouver Island since the 1940s is a testament to sustainable practices not seen elsewhere in the province Read more

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The Republic of the Congo’s forests are part of the vast Congo Basin rainforest – second only to the Amazon in size. Photo by Rhett A. Butler.

A new study finds an uptick in Congo deforestation with the application of sustainable management principles. But other researchers say it's not so simple. Read more

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